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Influence of light polarization on the analogy between ballistic nanostructures and the electromagnetic field

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Abstract

A set of analogous electron-light parameters for linearly polarized electromagnetic fields has been found for Schrödinger electrons. It is shown that the use of light polarization as an easily controllable parameter offers the possibility of a feasible practical implementation of optical structures with the same reflection coefficient as the corresponding ballistic structures for either Schrödinger or Dirac electrons.

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